Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Beware the Ides of March

My interest in history and Classical civilization started when I first read Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" in the 7th grade. When reading this play, I felt transported via my imagination to the Roman world. It brought the dry facts and dates of history to dramatic life. It remains one of my favorite works of literature, mainly because of this personal significance.

In honor of the Ides, here a link to Caesar's wikipedia page.


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